IDF destroys Syrian army post in response to shelling in Golan
The IDF used a Tamuz guided missile to destroy a Syrian army post on the Golan Heights on Saturday after Syrian shells hit the Israeli side of the Heights
The IDF fired a Tamuz surface-to-surface missile at a Syrian army
post on Saturday, after several Syrian mortar shells exploded in the
The Tamuz - a guided missile - accurately struck its target.
Earlier on Saturday, Syrian shells fell in open areas on the Golan
Heights, near the Israeli-Syrian border. No injuries or damages were
Israel submitted an official complaint to the UN over the mortars, an army spokesman said.
battles between Syrian rebels and Assad regime forces occurred near the
border throughout Saturday. Over ten injured Syrian civilians were
evacuated to Israeli hospitals in the North for treatment over the
The official complaint to the UN is kind of useless, but I hope at least we're hitting back the side that is hitting us.
Labels: Golan Heights, IDF, Syrian army, Tamuz missile